Only Lovers Left Alive Review

Jim Jarmusch’s returns after a four year hiatus with a loose, otherworldly tale about characters who have been around even longer than him. The Only Lovers Left Alive are a vampire couple (the exciting pairing of Tilda Swinton and Tom Huddleston) who after hundreds of years of cultural curation see themselves as the last bastions of taste in a world largely without it.

Stranger By The Lake Review

A car park, the stony banks of a lake, and the woodland area that connects the two – these are the sole locations in which Stranger By The Lake takes place. Alain Guiraudie directs this quiet erotic thriller with a deadpan tone and an edge of surreal humour, and the results are well deserving of the plaudits received in Cannes.

The Asia House Pan-Asia Film Festival 2014 Preview

The Asia House Pan-Asia Film Festival 2014 includes 7 UK premieres and 2 London premieres. Highlights include a Japanese remake of a revered Clint Eastwood western, a Chinese adaptation of a famous novel and film starring Zhang Ziyi, a dramatisation of India’s Bhopal tragedy starring Martin Sheen, Mischa Barton and Kal Penn, a thriller about honour killing in the British-Asian community starring Paddy Considine, an archive gala screening to mark the centenary of renowned Japanese director Noboru Nakamura, plus acclaimed new films from Thailand, Cambodia and Iran – a positive celluloid explosion that reflects what’s happening in Asian cinema today.
Blue is the warmest colour review

Blue Is The Warmest Colour Review

Abdellatif Kechiche's Palme d'Or winner Blue Is The Warmest Colour (La Vie d'Adele - Chapitres 1&2) is a French lesbian coming-of-age feature based on the 2010 graphic novel Blue Angel by Julie Maroh.

Win Beyond The Walls on DVD

At the end of a night out, Paulo goes for one last drink where he meets barman, Ilir. Being too drunk to get home, Ilir offers to take him back to his place.